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Manfrotto Stile Collection: Nano VII Camera Pouch (Bungee Cord)

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Manfrotto Stile Collection: Nano VII Camera Pouch (Bungee Cord)
Key Features
  • Touch Fastened Flap Closure
  • Extra Slip-in Pocket for Accessories
  • Belt Loop Leaves You Hands-Free
  • Water-Repellent Nylon Exterior
The bungee cord Stile Collection: Nano VII Camera Pouch from Manfrotto is a slightly larger pouch than the Nano VI. This is an inexpensive and functional way to carry your point-and-shoot digital camera. This is a stylish pouch that comes with a handy belt loop that leaves you hands-free to pursue your photography.

The easy-to-use, touch fastened flap closure is about as simple as it gets, yet the pouch still retains the look and feel of a higher-priced case. Another interesting feature of the Nano VII is the additional slip-in storage pocket where you can store cables, batteries and memory cards. All this is packed within a more than reasonably-priced water-repellent nylon pouch.

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Manfrotto Nano VII Overview

The bungee cord Stile Collection: Nano VII Camera Pouch from Manfrotto is a slightly larger pouch than the Nano VI. This is an inexpensive and functional way to carry your point-and-shoot digital camera. This is a stylish pouch that comes with a handy belt loop that leaves you hands-free to pursue your photography.

The easy-to-use, touch fastened flap closure is about as simple as it gets, yet the pouch still retains the look and feel of a higher-priced case. Another interesting feature of the Nano VII is the additional slip-in storage pocket where you can store cables, batteries and memory cards. All this is packed within a more than reasonably-priced water-repellent nylon pouch.

Handy touch fastened flap closure
Extra storage pocket for accessories like batteries, memory cards and USB cable

Manfrotto Nano VII Specs

Packaging Info
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.5 x 4 x 4"

Manfrotto Nano VII Reviews

Excellent

By Cathryn
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2020-03-11

Perfect size for taking a small camera along. Just wish it had a secure area for memory cards.

It's a Pouch!

By Rugge
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2016-03-21

It's a pouch. It attaches via belt loop only (threading) it's big enough to hold a Leica M with a compact lens, or equivalent. By the time it's that loaded it is also totally impractical to carry on your belt. I bought it for my Fuji X70 and it's lost inside. The front pocket has no closure which means you are at risk of losing anything you put in it any time you open the pouch. Other than that, well constructed, discreet, but a tad large to carry around all day on a belt. Great solution to store a camera when not in use.

Perfect Fit for the Fuji X100T

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2015-10-12

Bought this to carry/store my Fuji X100T. It's a great fit for the camera in a sleek package too. The similar Nano VI might be even better for the X100 series, because it's a bit shorter than the VII, but I've found the extra height allows easy storage of my camera strap, while the front pocket is enough space for an extra battery and cord. As it's just a flap top, don't expect complete dust or water protection out of this case. I use the pouch primarily to store the camera while it's in my bag and haven't tried using it with the belt loop.

Good size, minimally padded

By Jianghai H.
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2015-07-22

Bought it to hold my Sony RX1R - it will, with a bit of coaxing, fit in the bag, even with the hood on (which always have on) but without the finder attached. Minimal protection but perfect for having the camera in a backpack so it's always with me. Hate the belt strap style you have to thread the belt through the belt rather than having velcro so you can put in on and off the belt quickly.

Versatile Item

By Jan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-03-28

I have two of these and I plan to get more.  I originally bought it to hold film backs for my Bronica, but then I realized I could more easily store my travel tripod in my back pack by storing the ball head in this pouch.  It will also accommodate my Nikon Coolpix P7000.

Fits the X100 perfectly

By Mike
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-03-26

I use this to carry my X100 with rope strap in a larger bag/backpack.  For the purpose, it works very well and fits snugly.  Not super protective from a fall, but will prevent scuffs/dings/scratches just fine.

fit my EOS M5

By Eydie
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-04-13

I did not purchase this product off BHPhoto, but this was the best place to leave a review for other EOS M5 owners. It fits my EOS M5 with 22mm pancake lens perfectly. Light padding, I actually dropped my M5 a foot off hardwood floor the first day I got this.. and the camera came out unscathed.

Great little case

By Marvin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-02-09

I use this to house my Lumix ZS100 camera. I put my charger plug and cord plus an extra battery and memory card in a small pouch on the bottom and my camera on top. I can also carry my Color Picker Passport in the side pocket. I carry this in my backpack but there's also a belt loop on the back of the case if I just want to walk around unencumbered. I love the clean design. I looked at a lot of cases but this one is heads and shoulders above the rest for my needs and aesthetic.

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